Seven National News coverage of the Adelaide Hare Krishna Chanting Ban Australia in the 1980s.
For many years the Adelaide City Council banned the chanting of Hare Krishna in the city. When the Traveling Temple visited Adelaide to collect signitures for the petition to free the Russian Hare Krishna devotees the Adelaide Hare Krishna
As a result of the massive nation-wide attention brought on the Adelaide City Council by the Hare Krishna Traveling Temple the ban on chanting Hare Krishna in Adelaide that had been in place for many years was lifted.
Television coverage of Gaura Gopal meeting the Adelaide (South Australia) City Mayor in an attempt to convince him to allow the Hare Krishnas to chant on the streets of Adelaide again.
Adelaide Hare Krishna chanting ban became one of the top news stories on Australian television. This is the coverage Seven National News gave it with the ban was lifted by Adelaide City Council.
National Ten Eyewitness News coverage of the lifting of the ban on chanting Hare Krishna in Adelaide
Shows some of the amazing favorable television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in the 1980's.
Television program 'State Affair' on Chanel 7 covers the Adelaide City Council's ban on chanting Hare Krishna in the city.
And amazing collection of television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in 1985. Includes news coverage of the Hare Krishna's being confused with the Orange People. Hare Krishna Food For Life feeding the homeless in Kings Cr
This is an amazing video showing the outstandingly positive television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia during 1985. It is well worth watching to see what is possible.
Television documentary on the Hare Krishna Food for Life program. Shows Food for Life in Australia and the USA. Very favorable preaching.
ABC television produced this program to try and answer the common question What happened to the Hare Krishnas? It is a very well produced national television program. Features Mukunda Goswami, Anniruddha dasa and some old gurukili matajis
Australian television program This Week Tonight covers Hare Krishna World , the Hare Krishna New Govardhan Farm in Northern New South Wales, Australia. A bus group of tourists arrives at the farm and has a good time there.
For many years Mike Willesee, the host of a national nightly Australian news show, was waging a war against the Hare Krishna's who were collecting for Food For Life in Sydney. On this show he interviews the Temple President, Chita Hari.
National breakfast television program Good Morning Australia covers the Hare Krishna Traveling Temple program to collect a million signatures on a petition to free the Russian Hare Krishna devotees who had been imprisoned for following thei
Science of God is a documentary filmed in Melbourne, Australia in 1975 on the visit of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder-Acarya of ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness). Shows Srila Pra
Video describing the process of how to chant Hare Krishna.
The Hare Krishna chant. As you walk the streets of some of America's larger cities you will occasionally come upon a group of people garbed in apparel which makes you think of India. The heads of the men will be shaven with just one streame
The Hare Krishna devotees open a Food For Life storefront in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia in 1991
After the Traveling Temple Program to collect signatures to free the Russian Hare Krishna devotees generated a huge amount of national television coverage on Adelaide City Councils ban on chanting Hare Krishna in the city they were force to
National Australian news coverage of Gaura Gopal debating with an Adelaide City Council official on the lifting of the ban on chanting Hare Krishna in Adelaide.
News coverage of devotees with some history of the Adelaide Australia Hare Krishna chanting ban in the 1980s. Also includes coverage of the New Gaudadesh farm which was between Adelaide and Melbourne.
A 1985 Chanel Seven Sydney News Promo featuring a Hare Krishna Sankirtan party.
The opening of the Kings Cross Sydney Australia Hare Krishna Food For Life Center featuring interviews with the Rev Ted Noffs founder of The Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross and a local politician along with Pratapana, the ISKCON Temple Presid
Mike Willesse, an Australian daily television news program host, was very much against ISKCON in Sydney and he was constantly airing negative pieces on the devotees collecting for the Kings Cross Food for Life program. This is one of them.
Australian Traveling Temple Kirtan party banned from chanting Hare Krishna in North Queensland 1985.
1980's television news presentation Houston Live , interview with Tamal Krishna Maharaja.
Italian television sent a reporter to the Villa Vrindavan Hare Krishna community in Italy to investigate the first generation Italian Hare Krishna children. Good coverage of the gurukula (school) as well as a general overview of the Villa V
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids speaking on the plight of the Hare Krishnas imprisoned in the Soviet Union on the Sydney Australia Chanel Ten program Off the Dish
Prahlada and Gaura Gopal interviewed on the Brisbane Australia Seven Network television program: Living about the plight of the Russian Hare Krishna devotees who had been put in prison and psychiatric hospitals simply for practicing their
Television interview of Prahlada presenting a letter to the Russian Embassy to be delivered to Mikhail Gorbachev asking the Russians to free the Hare Krishna devotees they had imprisoned and in psychiatric hospitals.
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids appear on Australian National Television singing Please Mr. Gorbachev Let Our Friends be Free and explaining the plight of the Russian devotees imprisoned for practicing their religion.
A documentary on the deprogramming of Hare Krishna devotees by people like Ted Patrick. It contains a lot of clips from the Lou Grant show on the subject and also clips from television news.
In wealthy Western countries the Hare Krishnas austere monastic life appears strange and unappealing but some wonder if they're really seeking a better life or hiding from reality. Australian television reporters have been trying to unders